Interviews

Actor Robert Cuccioli and Author Thomas F. Flynn Help to Bring Healing With Bikeman: A 9/11 Play
By Bethany Rickwald · Feb 18, 2014 · New York City

Flynn's epic-poem-turned-lyrical-play is being staged in the shadow of the Freedom Tower at BMCC Tribeca Performing Arts Center.

After Voicing Jafar in Disney's Film Aladdin, Jonathan Freeman Proudly Returns to the Role — This Time, on Broadway
By David Gordon · Feb 16, 2014 · New York City, Broadway

How a one-off voiceover gig in 1990 turned into two decades of steady, fiendishly fun work.

A Broadway Romance for Chris Henry Coffey and Jennifer Mudge
By David Gordon · Feb 12, 2014 · New York City, Broadway

Starring roles in Bronx Bombers and Rocky weren't enough for this duo, who decided to put a ring on it before taking charge of the Great White Way.

Justin Sayre on Why Bernadette Peters Is the Perfect Topic for a Meeting of the International Order of Sodomites
By Bethany Rickwald · Feb 12, 2014 · New York City

The actor/writer's hilarious variety show is getting back to its downtown roots at Joe's Pub.

How to Create a Successful and Long-Running Off-Broadway Show: The Accidental Pervert's Andrew Goffman Explains
By Bethany Rickwald · Feb 10, 2014 · New York City

Goffman, a standup-comic-turned-one-man-theatrical-band, has learned how to make it stick off-Broadway.

Kristin Chenoweth Speeds Ahead
By Iris Wiener · Feb 7, 2014 · New York City, Long Island

In preparation for her concert at Long Island's Tilles Center, the Tony and Emmy winner chats about her full plate.

Original Divorcée Ruthe Ponturo Says Til Divorce Do Us Part: The Musical Isn't Just for the Divorced
By Bethany Rickwald · Feb 7, 2014 · New York City

The new revue speaks to everyone from happily marrieds to high school dumpees, says the producer.

Starring on Broadway Is a Once in a Lifetime Opportunity for Paul Alexander Nolan and Joanna Christie
By David Gordon · Feb 6, 2014 · New York City, Broadway

The Tony-winning musical's latest Guy and Girl share their thoughts on coming into the show's well-oiled, Tony-winning machine.

Saved By the Bell's Dennis Haskins Reveals That His Principles Are Rooted in Theater

Mr. Belding is visiting New York's very own Bayside, while his alter ego has his sights set on Broadway.

What's Hiding Under That Wig? Charles Busch, The Tribute Artist, and 30 Years of Intellectually and Emotionally Honest Drag
By Zachary Stewart · Feb 5, 2014 · New York City

The beloved writer and frequently cross-dressing performer opens up about the serious themes that undergird his plays.